Gary Edginton Report

7-MAY REPORT

Written by gary edginton. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

WEEKLY REPORT 7th May 2016

 

ALI & COOPER BOTH KNOCK OUT THE OPPOSITION IN ROUND TWO

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

  Collingham 214-8 are the early leaders after a narrow two wicket win away at Ellerslie 213-9 with A Zaidi 94 & 3-45 putting in a fine all round performance with both bat and ball, there was also a fine spell of bowling yet again from Sunil Shrestha 5-40 for the home side. Chris Allcoat hit 51 as Attenborough 226-7 hosted Gedling Colliery 61-2 but the match was forced to be abandoned due to the inclement weather. Richard Coleman 46* and Murray De Banke 35 & 2-47 steered Hoveringham 121-5 to victory over Long Eaton 117-10. Hyson Green CC 177-9 had both Umar Zaman 66 & 4-15 and Liaqat Ali 4-19 starring with an impressive away win over Belvoir 132-10. Wollaton 231-9 gained a winning draw over Balderton 151-6 with Dave Barr top scoring with 67.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

 West Bridgfordians 321-4 had to settle for a winning draw as Nott’s Unity Casuals 210-9 held out, the performance of the day belonged to B Ryder who hit 111. Plumtree 85-0 completely dominated proceedings in the game against Kimberley 84-10 as S Bazmi 38* & 4-13 starred. An undefeated 40 from Shualb Khalil helped Hyson Green CC 139-5 to victory over Thurgarton 138-10. Shaun Stocks 5-54 enabled Eastwood 178-10 to close out on a narrow victory away at Caythorpe 172-10.

Rothera Dowson Division C

 Keyworth 196-10 defeated Gotham 142-10 in a game where both sides had a bowler taking six wickets as Ian Graham 6-48 and Luke Prettyjohn 6-90 excelled. A match winning 77 from Tim Green helped Southwell 250-9 to an away win over Bottesford 155-10 who had Jake Fisher top scoring with 91. Kirkby Portland 153-5 eased to victory as Jason Caunt 3-18 again bowled his side to the win over Wollaton 149-9. Beeston & Toton Sycamore 234-9 had Tom Fullwood, Johnathan Thornton & Lashuane Weir all hitting 47 in the abandoned game against Thrumpton 20-0. Rain denied what looked likely to be a comfortable win for Radcliffe on Trent 98-1 as they chased Bramcote’s earlier total of 159-10.

Rex Gooding Division D

 G Clark 65* & Charlie Lucas 55 steered Collingham to a respectable 187-6 but 44 from R Duggan saw visitors Ellerslie home to the win closing on 188-4. Gedling & Sherwood 166-10 had the pair of Zaheer Akhtar 68* and Muhammad Akeel 6-41 in fine form as they defeated Underwood 140-10 for whom Tom Chalkey 53 and Rob Flowerdew 5-43 also performed with credibility. A Brown 64 and Tim Buckthorpe 4-23 were the shining lights as Hucknall 150-3 strode to a comfortable win away from home against Gedling Colliery 147-10 for whom Richard Beaumont 67 topped the batting statistics. Hickling 180-5 totally dominated proceedings at Bridegate Lane when they entertained West Bridgfordians 50-10 with the quartet of I Fisher 60, M Playle 61, M Robinson 3-17 & J Playle 3-5 all figuring well. Robin Curtis 57* and Mark Everingham 5-20 ensured it was an enjoyable away trip as Farndon 112-2 ran away with the spoils when defeating Sutton Bonnington 111-10

Trophy Master Division E

 When you take 6-56 you expect to be on the winning side unfortunately Arun Johal 6-56 will feel a little aggrieved as Nott’s Unity Casuals were dismissed for a paltry score of just 31-10, this was in reply to Belvoir scoring 266-7 as James Hawkes 69, Paul Chadwick 50, Fraser Fentam 59* & 5-9 and an incredible 5-21 from Paul Gadd in which he took 4 wickets in 4 balls. Gavin Huskinson 116 took the plaudits as Basford Mill 234-10 eased home despite 71 from James Wood when defeating Kirkby Portland 180-10. Ryan Stahlberger 5-37 bowled East Bridgford 183-8 to victory over Lenton & Willoughby 165-8. James Evans hit 53 for Newark R & M 210-9 in the tied match against local rivals Bingham 210-7. No play was possible in the match featuring Eastwood & Plumtree.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

  Majid Raja hit a glorious 114 as Gotham posted 253-8 but the weather curtailed any chance of a result as Kimberley were 44-2 when play was stopped. East Leake 80-7 with Alex Cufflin taking 4-25 tiptoed across the winning line in reply to Ruddington scoring just 76-10. Freddie King 3-18 helped Caythorpe 78-2 to a comfortable away win at Fiskerton 77-10. Rob Pitman carried his bat for a tenacious 75* as Wymeswold 188-6 fell to defeat against Burton Joyce 190-6 as Gavin Baguley hit 57 for the victors.

BLCS Division G

   Richard Lumb took 5-11 as Kinoulton 92-9 nervously edged home against Calverton 88-10. Another close finish saw Flintham 153-8 gain a hard fought victory over West Bridgford Legion 152-9. 50 from L Stephenson enabled his Ravenshead side post 188-10 to overpower Lowdham who were bowled out for 81-10. Bottesford 35-1 looked set for victory when chasing Long Eaton’s 76-10 until heavy rain fell and a similar story occurred where Young Lions 253-7 were left frustrated by the weather in their game away at Beeston & Toton Sycamore where the second inning never got underway.

Central College Division H

 Chilwell 159-9 were denied the win as Talib Hussain hit 42 in the abandoned game against Woodborough who were in deep trouble on 53-6. Taqq Rehman 72* guided Hyson Green CC 146-5 to the win when they came away with the win over Southwell 145-10. Dan Mather 76* and Lee Gommersall 71* & 4-38 both vied for the man of the match award as Gedling Colliery 217-4 claimed the win over Keyworth 204-10. Josh Tranter 58 & 5-33 again featured heavily as Balderton 139-7 inflicted defeat upon Gedling & Sherwood 135-10. Rain prevented a finish as Attenborough 68-2 were in pursuit of Hucknall’s 211-6.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

 A fine all round team performance including 4-18 from Palwak Marjom saw Clifton 223-9 cruise home against West Bridgfordians 120-10. S Quick hit 53 as Bramcote’s 170-8 proved too strong for hosts Newark R & M 95-10. Richard Wells 79, Ben Gathercole 71 & Lee Potts 50 all batted well as Cotgrave 239-10 took maximum points in the win over Hoveringham 142-10. Adeeb Javed 6-5 was the match winner as Madni 157-10 outplayed visitors Thurgarton 82-10. Gary Dawson with a spell of 7-20 helped Stapleford to a comprehensive win over Oxton 50-10.

King Stone Products Division K

 Ben Hughes with 4-30 helped Caythorpe 132-10 over the finishing line as Lenton Willoughby were dismissed for just 76-10. Ryan Glossop hit 69* but his Ellerslie side closed on 145-3 and fell to defeat when chasing Ruddington’s total of 161-9. Ady Cooper hit 113* and team mates Falzan Ahmed 5-22 & M Stewardson 5-4 helped Basford Old Boys 221-9 destroy Basford Mill 51-10. Youngster Ed Eggerman 4-28 bowled Wollaton 182-9 to victory against near neighbours Kimberley 131-10. Nazakat Ali 124* once again scored heavily as Poplars 247-5 overwhelmed Thrumpton 81-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

  53 from Steve Fleming and 4-39 from Harry Wells took Kirkby Portland 169-5 to victory over Great Dalby 168-10. C Knight 62 and 87 from G Alrey saw Attenborough 192-5 return home with full points when defeating Radcliffe on Trent 115-10. Simon Waites with a patient 43 helped Chilwell 159-4 to an away win when overcoming hosts Lowdham 158-9. Underwood’s game at home to Collingham was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

 It was all one way traffic as Bingham 75-0 returned home with a comfortable 10 wicket win over Newark R & M 74-10. Whatton & Aslockton 173-9 bossed affairs when they demolished Wymeswold 43-10 with Fynn Purnell taking 5-12. Alistair Fell hit 82 but his team Old Dalby 172-10 fell to defeat against visitors Belvoir 186-6. An amazing game saw Greg Mcleod take 6-16 as East Bridgford 55-10 defeated Nott’s & Arnold 26-10. Nottingham Deaf 70-1 returned home victorious after defeating Hucknall 67-10.

Sign Solutions Division N

Lee Morley 44 top scored as Lambley 148-7 took the spoils in their win over Fiskerton 97-10. John Seymour 39* steered Burton Joyce 126-4 home in the win over West Bridgford Legion 125-6. A superb 100* from Steve Morgan helped Beeston & Toton Sycamore 146-2 to a resounding win over Notts & Arnold 143-5.

Report 30-4

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

WEEKLY REPORT 30th April 2016

 

It’s Elementary for Underwood as Holmes strikes

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

  Rob Matchett hit a match winning 101 and assisted by Atif Ali Zaidi 60 it enabled Collingham 230-6 to take the spoils in high scoring encounter against Hoveringham 227-4. Andrew Edge 4/10 Kieran Cooke 3/12 & Kagiso Rapulana 41* all enjoyed excellent opening seasonal performances as Long Eaton 104-4 overpowered Belvoir 103-10. A defining 76 from G Walker helped Ellerslie 215-10 come away victorious as they felled Balderton 146-10 who have now lost both opening fixtures. Dave Barr hit 71 and M Iqbal took 6-21 in Wollaton’s 180-10 winning draw over Gedling Colliery 108-9. Relegated Attenborough 241-3 had Ben Shaw 99* and Byron Haycock 41* in fine form as they destroyed Hyson Green Carrington Caribs 72-0 to start life back in the SNCL.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

 Danny Williams 5/23 ripped apart the battling line up of Thurgarton 104-10 as Kimberley strode across the winning line scoring 105-4. Andrew Sharpe hit 44 as West Bridgfordians slumped to 111-10 as they were defeated by Attenborough 116-4 who had Charlie Simpkiss taking 4-32 and Martin Shoemaker hitting 44. Luke Gunn 43, Paul Macmillan 35 & 3-26 and Liam Brazier 5-48 all starred as Clifton 157-6 proved too strong for Hyson Green Carrington Caribs 156-10. Nott’s Unity Casuals 151-5 gained their first victory of the season in fine style when overcoming Caythorpe 149-9 at The Brian Wakefield Memorial Ground as Sohail Hussain top scored with 36. Eastwood’s fixture at home to Plumtree was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Rothera Dowson Division C

 Max Collins 4/12 & Steve Wright 4-9 bowled beautifully as Southwell 65-4 overwhelmed Bramcote 61-10 in the seasonal opener. Father Joe Caunt 52* and his father Jason Caunt 5-12 teamed up as Kirkby Portland 128-2 opened the season in terrific form as they defeated Gotham 127-10. Jordan Harbottle 3/7 & Stuart Mills 3-26 took the plaudits as Radcliffe On Trent 71-5 disposed of Thrumpton 70-10. Beeston & Toton Sycamore 183-7 had Andrew Burrell 50 along with Raj Hanspal 5-32 figuring in the win over Keyworth 136-9 despite a fine 4-49 from Rob Baker.

Rex Gooding Division D

 G Clarke produced fine figures of 6/41 as Collingham 151-7 returned home from Stamford Lane with victory over West Bridgfordians 148-10. The weather stopped what looked likely to an exciting finish as Hucknall 65-1 were chasing Gedling & Sherwood’s total of 203-10 in which Muhammed Aqeel top scored with 47. Dave Appleby 54* was the only batsman to conquer the conditions but it still wasn’t enough as his side Sutton Bonnington 91-10 fell to defeat against Ellerslie 93-6. Danny Hubbard 34 and Danny O’Brien 4-31 helped Farndon 127-8 to a nervy victory over Gedling Colliery 126-8

Trophy Master Division E

 Matt Evans scoring 37 proved the match winning innings as Newark R & M 110-5 overcame Nott’s Unity Casuals 106-10. Martin Ware 63 Jamie Newman 57, S Lloyd 53 & R Ahmed 50 all scored freely as Lenton Willoughby ran out comfortable victors over Belvoir 104-10. The matches at Plumtree, Kirkby Portland and East Bridgford all fell foul of the weather

GB Bookkeeping Division F

 Simon Oakley 3-15, Grant Newcombe 3-22, Steve Oakley 3-24, Ian Morrissey 32 & Jamie Coupland 38* all contributed as East Leake 129-4 got off to a winning start against visitors Caunton 128-10. Adil Khan 29 & 3-18 proved to be the match winner in a tense finale as Ruddington 169-10 defeated Caythorpe 165-9. The fixture at Whatton & Aslocton also became a casualty of the weather.

BLCS Division G

 Nick Silverwood hit 70 as Bottesford 177-5 ran out winners over Ravenshead 115-6. A gripping encounter saw Lowdham 80-10 defeat West Bridgford Legion 75-10, both Andy Walters 6-22 and Justin Graham enjoying the bowler friendly conditions. Flintham 143-6 had a comfortable win over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 81-6. Scott Andrew hit 81 as Calverton 144-9 proved too strong for Long Eaton who managed 112-6 in reply.

Central College Division H

 Keyworth 149-6 had henry Walton scoring 93* as they defeated Attenborough 146-9 with nine overs to spare. Ben Johnson started the season well by hitting 68* as Woodborough 120-2 inflicted defeat upon Southwell 114-8. Geoff Burton with 63* helped Gedling Colliery 162-5 come away with the win over Gedling & Sherwood 124-10. The trio of Tayub Rehman 50*, Nasrullah Khan 4-37 & Qaasim Khan 3-22 combined as Hyson Green Carrington Caribs 166-4 defeated Balderton 107-10. Syed Hussain starred taking 4-5 as Chilwell 72-4 inflicted a six wicket defeat on Hucknall 71-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

 Kevin Pearson 4-17 took the honours as Stapleford 54-0 had a ten wicket win away from home as Hoveringham were bowled out for just 52-10. Scott Berridge 36* and 3-12 which was a hat trick was the man of the match as West Bridgfordians 93-6 defeated Oxton 90-10. Newark R & M, Thurgarton & Bramcote all were abandoned without any play at all in any of the games.

King Stone Products Division K

 Rob Derry took 4-15 as Caythorpe could only muster 38-10 and Ruddington 39-1 ran out easy winners. Ryan Glossop scored 63 as Ellerslie 198-8 were comfortable winners over Thrumpton 98-10. A Cooper 52 & P Stones 55 helped Basford Old Boys 124-3 to the win over Lenton & Willoughby 122-10. Connor Richardson 77 & Thomas Bosworth 5-23 both provided the ammunition as Kimberley 164-10 ran out easy winners over Basford mill 105-10. Wollaton’s game was yet another victim of the weather.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

 Mark Holmes returned excellent figures of 7-18 as Underwood 62-4 were victorious over Chilwell 61-10. S Widdison 57 J Goode 52 * and D Nixon 4/18 all inspired Farndon 164-3 to the win over Attenborough 103-10. An emphatic 10 wicket win for Great Dalby 119-10 with L Harrison 62, M Child 55 and L Harrison 4-30 all producing starring roles as opponents Radcliffe On Trent were bowled out for 118-10. Jason Driscoll 61 & 3-23 starred as Kirkby Portland 139-9 defeated Collingham 86-10.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

 Fourteen year old Jamie Gilbertson had a match to remember scoring 50* and then took 5-5 as Belvoir 194-5 thrashed Newark R & M 40-10. Paul Whyley 28* & 4-32 helped Hucknall 122-4 to the win over Wymeswold 119-9. 53 from D Chambers helped Whatton & Aslockton 169-7 defeat near neighbours Bingham 166-5. Old Dalby 147-10 had a 37 run victory over Nott’s & Arnold 100-10 in a low scoring game. The game at Nottingham Deaf was yet another weather victim

Sign Solutions Division N

Burton Joyce 87-3 travelled home with maximum point when beating West Bridgfordians 86-10. Neil Brennan hit 53 as West Bridgford Legion 138-8 just edged home in a tight finish over Lambley 127-10. Steve Morgan 49 & 3/6, Matt Alford 61 and Matt Arnold 4/37 all contributed as Beeston & Toton Sycamore defeated Keyworth 144-9.

Gary's Weekly Report 23/4/16

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

WEEKLY REPORT 23rd April 2016

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

  Belvoir 146/3 kicked of the season in fine style with a convincing win over Balderton 145/10, the home side were at one point 34-7 the recovery was led by Chris Dobbie who finished 62* but Lewis Dann with 49* saw the visitors home to take maximum points.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

 Sam Cliff & Colin Cliff both hit 48 in Thurgarton’s 153/10 as they fell to defeat away at Eastwood 154-2 as both Shaun Stocks 60* & Stuart Hill 61* both hit form with the bat early in the season. Prabhakar Manyala 100* & Oliver Straw 54* guided West Bridgfordians to a very competitive 224/5 and it an exciting run chase the pair of Saqlain Bazmi 79  & Stan Carter 71  steered the home side Plumtree 230/4 to victory. Arslan Shah 73 top scored as Notts Unity Casuals posted 170/9 but visitors Clifton 171/2 made light work of chasing the total down as  Anthony Hart 61* & Richard Harrison 54 took the accolades. Calverton 189/7 and Caythorpe 189/10 shared the points as the two teams tied in a thrilling match, C King hit 68 whilst for Calverton the ever youthful Darren Wright hit 54 and took 3/35.

Rothera Dowson Division C

 

Rex Gooding Division D

 

Trophy Master Division E

 James Hawkes hit 61 as Belvoir 178/8 fell to defeat as they entertained East Bridgford 179/2 as Jerry Cruse 78 and Warren Hepples 57 both starred with the bat for the victors.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

 Despite a fine 76 from Jamie Lambourne his side Whatton & Aslockton 188/8 fell to defeat in the seasonal opener against Caunton 190/8 who had Andrew Rose starring with the ball taking 4/40.

BLCS Division G

 Jack Howard hit an unbeaten 42* as Flintham 136/7 took the spoils against West Bridgford Legion 135/9 in a low scoring affair at Inholms Gardens

Central College Division H

 

Carlton Car Centre Division J

 Saqib Shah 104 & Pylwsk Marjon 84 both found early season form as Clifton 251/10 ran out easy victors away at Oxton 81/10 although if Rhyun Nagar had been introduced into the match earlier his spell of 6-14 may have been even more significant

King Stone Products Division K

 

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

 

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

 Richard Shipman 90 & 3/24  along with Nathan Hartland 35 both were instrumental in the victory for Bingham 224/9 as they came away from Belvoir 185/9 with an opening day success.

Sign Solutions Division N

 Jamie Bowns hit 62 as Beeston & Toton Sycamore closed on 158/10 and in a thrilling finale Jake Bircumshaw 62 and 55* from Pat Atkinson saw Lambley 162/9 to the narrowest of victories despite Ryan O'Sullivans (13) best bowling performance of 4-35

Weekly report 5-September

Written by gary edginton. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

WEEKLY REPORT 5th September 2015

 

Gedling Colliery triumph in Popkess |Cup Final Thriller

Gedling Colliery 182-6

Duncan McKeown 42, Richard Beaumont 30*, Ryan Easom 29* unbeaten partnership of 69.

Eastwood Town 160-10

Ryan Easom 4-20, Chris Berry 3-33.  

“BELL & JEROME” DIVISION A

Ellerslie 172-9 finished as runners up in the division with a twelve run victory over Balderton 160-10 as Hamish Moore top scored with 32 they were restricted by some fine bowling from Harry Capstick 4-23 and Luke Endley 3-42. In reply Balderton too found it tough going and only David Makey 41 found runs easy to compile as Ollie Taylor 5-18 and Hamish Moore again 3-38 gave the Little Bound’s side their highest ever league finish.

 “200 DEGREES COFFEE” DIVISION B

Kimberley 132-6 gained the win they needed to ensure divisional safety as they defeated already crowned champions Hoveringham 129-10, batting first the title winners were indebted to Stuart Walton with 56 in their low score as Danny Williams 3-32 & Sukhdeep Sidhu 3-22 bowled superbly and in reply Faraz Khan steered them home with 36* despite a fine spell from Brett Lear of 3-28.

It was a case of get your calculators, rule book and abacus out as Eastwood 173-5 took the win against Wilsons 172-9 and stave of relegation finishing on the same points as Wollaton. Zahir Ahmed hit 80 for the hosts but James Wooliscroft with 44 saw Eastwood home to the win with 7 balls remaining.

 “ROTHERA DOWSON” DIVISION C

Champions Plumtree 170-8 finished of the season with a tight 2 wicket win over Gotham 169-8 who once again had the duo of Paul Blatherwick 42 & 4-67 and Rob Goddard 40* & 3-36 as the players in form but Daniel Bazmi 73 along with Steve James 43 saw Plumtree home in style.

Ian Graham 61 was the only batsman to show any kind of form as Keyworth were bowled out for just 137-10 with Zac Ashworth 5-33 being the chief architect for Southwell who finished on 143-6 at the close.

Attenborough 205-10 had a convincing win over Keyworth 146-10 as both Martin Shoemaker 67 and Jack Harrison 61 both enjoyed fine end of season knocks although Adam Pick bowled a fine spell taking 4-35, it was the down to bowlers James Hallam 4-47, Martin Rayner 3-25 & Tom Shields 3-47 to see out the season with another win for the runners up.

“FEET” DIVISION D

 “TROPHY MASTER” DIVISION E

 “GB BOOKKEEPING” DIVISION F

 “NCSL” DIVISION G

 “JRL ESTATES” DIVISION H

 “CARLTON CAR CENTRE” DIVISION J

The mathematics were quite simple all Clifton had to do was to win their final game and hope Keyworth lost to secure promotion and at tea interval that all seemed to be going to plan as Oxton were bowled out for 122-10 with Haider Ali taking 3-22 but then Mark Groom produced probably the most important spell of bowling he has ever delivered taking 7-17 and with James Bailey 3-30 it meant Clifton were dismissed scoring just 47-10 in 14.5 overs.

Meanwhile Keyworth 50-10 were destroyed by the bowling of David Sells 6-17 & Syed Hossain 4-30 as Chilwell 51-2 secured the second promotion spot after being third favourites at the start of the day

 “KING STONE PRODUCTS” DIVISION K

 “SIGN SOLOUTIONS” DIVISION L

 “ORACLE PROPERTY FINANCE” DIVISION M

Burton Joyce 84-2 finished of the season with a very convincing win away at East Bridgford 83-10, initially R Bramley 3-18 had been the pick of the bowlers and David Howarth 32* at least gave the score some respectability and it was left to Matt Powroznyk with 62 to see them home in double quick time.

 “NCSL DIVISION N

Tom Godfrey 31 top scored as West Bridgfordians 141-6 went down to a nine wicket defeat at the hands of Beeston & Toton Sycamore 143-1 for whom Jamie Bowns 48*, Dennis Wright 43* & Stuart Tideswell 29 knocked off the runs required as earlier Donny Pezzola had taken 3-37 for the victors.

Ross Brown hit a final day 87 and Paul Harley 48 as Hucknall posted 206-8 but Bingham 207-8 ran out the winners with three overs to spare and had fine performances from both Joshua Beavis 37* & 2-37 and Brent Cox 3-24 in the win.

Lambley failed to raise a side against Fiskerton handing them maximum points